Prologue- Part 1: Introduction
Have you heard of the "Lion War?"
Everybody living knows this hero's tale... But we also know that what we see with our eyes alone isn't necessarily the truth.
There is no record of him playing an active part in history, but...
The Church claims he was a blasphemer and an anarchist, the root of all evil...
But is this the "truth?"
Won't you join me on a journey for the "truth?"
Prologue- Part 2: Name and Birthday
No silly names here, sorry.
This Let's Play is serious business.
June 20th is the day FFT was released in Japan.
Prologue- Part 3: Your Princess is in another Monastery.
Our story begins in Orbonne Monastery. Princess Olvelia has come to this place to pray for the future of Ivalice.
Her guardian, Lady Agrias, a Holy Knight, is eager to leave though.
The current political climate in Ivalice is not conductive to young Princesses going to icolated monasteries to pray.
Ah Sir Gafgarion, a very skilled Dark Knight and Mercenary.
Lady Agrias has little tolerance for men such as him, however.
The Princess wisely resides to end the argument.
Of course things do not go as planned
Ramza Beoulve, the "true hero" of the Lion War.
Outside a few troops had gathered, the forces were not much, a few infantry, archers, and chemists, not a large force by any means.
Lady Agrias has little tolerence for men like Prince Goltana as well.
His soldiers get straight to the point.
In my expert opinion this is a case of "Hitting on the Enemy"
Enter the Dark Knight
With his priorities straight.
And this begins the first battle of the Lion War. A small skirmish in front of a small church.
Of course, to call the battle slightly one-sided...
...is somewhat of an understatement.
Gafgarion and Agrias quite easily tore through Prince Goltana's forces.
With Ramza mopping up whatever managed to avoid their strikes.
None of them even slightly holding back.
Of course, the whole attack was merely a diversion, the real goal had been met.
A young Knight had snuck in the back of the monastery and caputred the Princess.
He was not exactly kind to her.
And with that parting shot the young man left.
Yes, that is correct. Delita.
The "Hero" of the Lion War.
To be continued...